Full Circle Playback Theatre Dublin & The HuT Project present: A series of online performances

Online / September 15, 2023

Excerpt: Are you a climate scientist, artist, activist or person concerned by climate extremes? Are you interested in collaboratively addressing challenges of our time?

The HuT project together with Full Circle Playback Theatre Dublin are organising three online performances that deal with climate extremes. Part of our activities within The HuT include finding new transferrable strategies to prepare and deal with climate extremes in our territories.

We kindly invite you to join us, and to share and listen to personal stories in relation to climate extremes, Early Warning Systems, and personal (non)action.

The Playback Performers will stage these stories with words, movements and sounds setting the co-creative process between performers and audience in motion. We will learn from each other, create a community for climate conversations, and, ideally, support a switch in behavioral patterns.

Our initial three online performances are on:

  • Friday 1st of September, 7 pm Irish time/8 pm CET
  • Friday 8th of September, 7pm Irish Time/ 8pm CET.
  • Friday 15th of September, 7pm Irish Time/ 8pm CET.


You can come to one or all performances, and will be invited to join more performances in the future. Attendance is free, donations to support the initiatives of Full Circle Playback Theatre are welcome.

Interested? Send an email to fullcircleplaybacktheatre@gmail.com and we will send you the Zoom details.


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